Tom and Melanie Aycock of Homestead speak with a state biologist during Monday’s workshop in Key Largo on steps to slow the spread invasive Burmese pythons in South Florida. The Aycocks volunteer as python hunters with the Swamp Apes group.
Tom and Melanie Aycock of Homestead speak with a state biologist during Monday’s workshop in Key Largo on steps to slow the spread invasive Burmese pythons in South Florida. The Aycocks volunteer as python hunters with the Swamp Apes group. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter
Tom and Melanie Aycock of Homestead speak with a state biologist during Monday’s workshop in Key Largo on steps to slow the spread invasive Burmese pythons in South Florida. The Aycocks volunteer as python hunters with the Swamp Apes group. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter

State expands effort to reduce python population

November 08, 2017 09:44 AM

UPDATED November 08, 2017 09:46 AM

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